Eric says that the CZ P-10 C took home top honors as Handgun of the Year as an accurate, reliable piece with a more affordable price than its similar challenger, the Glock 19. Next up for Rifle of the Year is the Barrett Fieldcraft. This bolt action is great for the field, but is a bit pricier than some of its economical counterparts. However, Eric tells Jim and Trav that if you are wanting a more custom rifle that would generally run you $4,000-$5,000, that this is an exceptional choice with the best of both worlds for only $1,800. Shotgun of the Year went to the Winchester SX4. Shotgunners are particular about their guns, they want exceptional performance, even in the worst conditions. Eric says that the SX4 handles great, swings light, cycles fast, and can run three different sized shells and is perfect for those passionate wing shooters. And finally, he’ll talk about the Optic of the Year, the Leupold VX-3i Long Range Precision (LRP). In particular, Eric hits on the Custom Dial System where Leupold customizes your scope’s elevation dial to match your exact load, velocity, and conditions for extreme precision. Check out Guns & Ammo for a complete guide to their 2017 Guns and Ammo of the Year Awards and don’t miss Eric Poole this week on The Revolution.